• Computer Science, Mathematics
  • Published in J. Artif. Intell. Res. 1995
  • DOI:10.1613/jair.131

FLECS: Planning with a Flexible Commitment Strategy

@article{Veloso1995FLECSPW,
  title={FLECS: Planning with a Flexible Commitment Strategy},
  author={Manuela M. Veloso and Peter Stone},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={1995},
  volume={abs/cs/9506101}
}
There has been evidence that least-commitment planners can efficiently handle planning problems that involve difficult goal interactions. This evidence has led to the common belief that delayed-commitment is the "best" possible planning strategy. However, we recently found evidence that eager-commitment planners can handle a variety of planning problems more efficiently, in particular those with difficult operator choices. Resigned to the futility of trying to find a universally successful… CONTINUE READING

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